Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Currents: June Fish


topwater grass carp are the best


lots of backyard blue gills

June is great for carpin' in Iowa

a good look at my favorite mud flat



had to stop for a picture of this. backroads of the driftless.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Alaska, Day 4


Four days of fishing in Alaska. The last day we were up at 4AM and rolled out of the Ford Excursion quickly. We had until early afternoon and made the most of our final day on the water. This trip reminded me that I need to get out and fish some new places. The midwest rocks, but there's a whole lot out there that I'd like to explore. I'll be back to Alaska, someday. 





 

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Alaska, Day 3


Tim trying to keep a hot one out of the log jam.
morning coffee and breakfast burritos 
low and clear


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Alaska, Day 2

reflecting on chrome 
sea run dolly varden
Tim closing the day swinging.



Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Alaska, Day 1

A few months ago Nate asked me if I wanted to fish in Alaska. He was headed to ANC for a conference and couldn't pass up the opportunity to fish, nor could I, nor could Tim. Nate and I had never been to Alaksa. We fished 4 days last week. Slept in the back of a Ford Excursion and caught a bunch of unbelievable fish. Here's a few pics from day 1. Some cool fish coming in tomorrow's post. 


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

A Sunny Saturday in Minnesota

I spent a blue bird day in SE Minnesota with Dan. We worked our way over a lot of water and found a few takers. This was a new stream for me. Every time I fish a new driftless stream, I am surprised at how they all seem to be the same and yet very different. This one was pretty cool. Over the course of a few miles it went from one of the tiniest streams in the driftless to one of the largest. The best fishing was in the small parts.
Battle Scar

A nice fish from the far bank

Rock Wall. In case you were wondering if this was indeed the driftless.

Monday, April 28, 2014

April Fishing

Birthday Pie, oh my
Tether Ball Action Shot
The boys are getting fishy.
 The suckers are making their annual push into the creeks from the larger Rivers.
Quilback


Friday, March 28, 2014